Rich Prill is a Building Science & Indoor Air Quality Specialist for the WSU Extension Energy Program, and has served the organization since 1996. Prill is a nationally recognized expert in indoor air quality for residential, commercial and institutional buildings. His focus has included indoor air quality in schools/tribal buildings, residential energy conservation/weatherization, ventilation, radon, mold/moisture, and renewable energy systems.
Prior to working with the WSU Extension Energy Program, Prill was an Energy Specialist for the Washington State Energy Office, a Senior Research Associate at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, a contractor at Solar Water Heating Systems, a Technical Project Manager/Lead Instructor at Midland Energy Institute, and a Building Technologies Instructor. Prill has a Bachelor of Science from Central Missouri State University.